4 months Palace admits they have no paper trail of alleged corruption in PCSO gaming operations MB
By Argyll Cyrus Geducos  Malacañang admitted that investigating the alleged corruption in the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) may be difficult due to the absence of paper trail, suggesting that the government may need to look for witnesses to prove the reports of corruption. Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo(OPS / MANILA BULLETIN) Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo made the statement as the Office of the President (OP) investigates the supposed massive corruption in the agency’s sanctioned gaming schemes including the Peryahan ng Bayan, Small-Town Lottery (STL), and Keno. Despite his earlier statement that it will be a swift investigation, Panelo said that ... more